The Police work with the hypothesis that his brother killed him, who is still a fugitive
One of the two brothers suspected of committing the murder of ten people and injuring another 18 in various parts of Canada has been found dead with injuries that do not appear to have been self-inflicted, as reported this Monday night – early Tuesday morning in Spain- police sources.
The Canadian Police (RCMP) found the body of Damien Sanderson, 31, on Sunday afternoon in a green area in the James Smith Cree Nation community, in the province of Saskatchewan, in the center of the country, according to reported ‘The Globe and Mail’.
“We can’t say for sure how Damien died,” said Deputy Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore, commanding officer of the Saskatchewan RCMP. Blackmore added that she “potentially could” have been killed by his brother Myles, 30, who remains at large.
However, the RCMP has warned the public that it is possible that he seek medical attention, as they believe that he could also have suffered injuries. “Even if he is injured, it does not mean that he is not dangerous” the authorities have highlighted.
The police chief of the city of Regina -the second largest city in Saskatchewan-, Evan Bray, has detailed that the most recent information is that Myles Sanderson is in the city, but has warned that the information has a day of antiquity.
The RCMP on Sunday launched a manhunt for two people for stabbing dozens of people, injuring 18 people and taking the lives of 10 others at various locations across the province, including the James Smith Cree Nation community.
“At this point in the investigation, we have located ten lifeless bodies and 18 injured in 13 locations,” explained a police spokeswoman at a press conference, announcing that the RCMP issued an alert throughout the province about “two dangerous people ».
Agents have recommended citizens to take precautions. “If you are in the area, seek immediate shelter. Do not leave a safe place and be careful when allowing other people to enter your residence, “the police force has warned. He has also asked neighbors not to approach suspicious people or pick up individuals on the highways.
Ordering the lowering of the Parliament flag in memory of the victims, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the attacks “shocking and heartbreaking.”
“This type of violence has no place in our country,” he added. “Sadly, in recent years, tragedies like these have become all too frequent.”
Canada is experiencing a succession of attacks of unusual violence. In recent years, a gunman disguised as a police officer has killed 22 people in Nova Scotia; six people were killed in a shooting at a Quebec mosque; and a man driving a pickup truck through crowded sidewalks in Toronto killed 10 people.